Garmin and Asus have just announced a strategic alliance to design and build co-branded mobile phones. The original Nuvifone announced by Garmin will now be called the Garmin-Asus Nuvifone G60 and will be the beginning of a line of cell phones built by the two companies. The Nuvifone G60 is still scheduled to be released… Continue reading Garmin and Asus Launch Co-Branded Nuvifone Line
Garmin has posted some screen captures of its upcoming cell phone, the Garmin Nuvifone. It is expected that Garmin will be showing off the device at CES but these images give us an early look at the features the phone will have. Electronista | Garmin shares nuvifone screen captures.
I was actually thinking of writing a post asking what the heck happened to the Garmin Nuvifone but I guess Garmin is actually moving forward with it. Today we find out that the Nuvifone now has FCC approval. Garmin Nuvifone gets FCC approval – Engadget.
Laptop Mag had a chance to spend some time with the Garmin Nuvifone, and here’s a rundown of their impressions. Still a prototype so it didn’t have GPS or an internet connection yet The touchscreen is soft and non-reflective The keyboard seemed nice and it does have an auto complete function Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE Tri-band 3.5G… Continue reading Garmin Nuvifone Gets Pictured
An Engadget reader sent them a screenshot of a Garmin Survey asking the following question: “Now, how likely would you be to buy the Garmin Nuvifone (for yourself or as a gift) if offered by AT&T for $499.99 with a two year contract? You would be required to have both a data plan that would… Continue reading Would You Pay $499.99 For The Garmin Nuvifone?
The Garmin Nuvifone is shaping up to be a really great product. I personally think it was a little dumb of them to announce it before they even have a working prototype to show off but I guess that’s just me complaining just for the sake of complaining. The Garmin Nuvifone has some very cool… Continue reading Garmin Nuvifone Shown Off On Video
I think the Garmin Nuvifone is an interesting option but if you don’t drive very often than I don’t know why you would really want this. But, check out the two videos below, it definitely has some awesome features.
Garmin announced their first handset just a couple of days ago, the Garmin nuvifone, and according to Garmin’s president and COO, it’s the “breakthrough product that cellphone and GPS users around the world have been longing for.” The handset will feature a 3.5″ screen, the phone will have a internet browser, HSDPA, and preloaded maps… Continue reading Garmin Announces the nuvifone
I was pretty excited for the Garmin Nuvifone but with the release date continuing to be pushed out further and further and advances in the iPhone I am no longer excited for the device. But, the idea that Garmin could become another player in the cell phone market with multiple handsets is very intriguing to… Continue reading Garmin to Develop Android Phones
We all know that the new iPhone is going to have GPS, but what we know now is that TomTom already has iPhone navigation software ready to be released with the App Store. I’m not sure what Garmin is going to think about this, with its Nuvifone coming and its killer app being the GPS… Continue reading As the Dust Settles, What Has Happened Since Yesterday (update)